Chris Suspect of Hyattsville, Md., happened upon a man feeding a squirrel — and attracting an audience — outside the Pavilion Cafe at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden in Washington last month and snapped this pic. We hope the squirrel gave a proper thank you. (Chris Suspect / For Express)


‘Free Shotgun Saturday’

Seven guns were stolen last month from the Leesburg, Va., restaurant The Cajun Experience, which drew national attention earlier this year for giving gun-toters 10 percent discounts on “Open Carry Wednesdays.” The crime occurred Saturday, Nov. 23, The Washington Post reported. The firearms didn’t belong to customers and were in a locked closet. Five men were later arrested.


Breast Cancer Awareness Month Was October, Lady

A woman made headlines earlier this month when police said she robbed a Landover, Md., bank wearing all pink — and not the pastel variety, but full-on magenta, from her head scarf to her coat to, yes, even her cellphone. Whether her getaway vehicle was a sleigh pulled by unicorns was not reported.


Teens Knew It Was Bad When Police ‘Liked’ Their Statuses

If you’re looking for a reason to delete your Facebook account, here’s one: You might get robbed. That’s what happened to a Linthicum, Md., man who tried to sell his shoes via Facebook earlier this month, Anne Arundel Patch reports. Police said two teens who contacted the man about the shoes attacked him and ran off with the footwear. Police nabbed them using data from Facebook. Next time the seller will use eBay, we bet.

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